Site Navigation
Start searching below to find a service, location or TLC provider
Living Well Series

Living Well Series

The physicians and staff at Longstreet Cancer Center believe in order to have complete wellness, we should focus on mind, body and spirit. The Living Well Series is made up of activities and sessions aimed at helping individuals focus on positive aspects of life. We strive to nurture and care for the person as a whole. All programs are free and we encourage our patients to participate. Programs are open to people at any stage in their cancer experience: from diagnosis, through treatment, post-treatment and survivorship.

TLC Cancer Support Group

This monthly support group is free and welcomes all patients, survivors and caregivers who want to share their cancer journey in a safe, caring environment. Group is facilitated by LCC's Jennifer Butler, FNP-C. The group meeting the last Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the LCC Waiting Area.

Chemo 101

Because patients and family members can feel overwhelmed when beginning chemotherapy, LCC is pleased to offer an Introduction to Chemotherapy class every Tuesday (9 a.m.) and Thursday (4 p.m.). During this class, patients and family members will receive useful information to help prepare them for treatment. 

Look Good…Feel Better

This monthly seminar helps female patients cope with and combat the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. The workshop is held once a month in the classrooms at The Longstreet Clinic, P.C. Call the American Cancer Society to register, (800) 227-2345.

Nutrition

This class demonstrates to patients and survivors the simple steps they can take to eat healthier. Registered dietitian Mary Ann Clever, RD, LD, CDE, discusses topics such as sodium intake, increasing fiber and adding fruits and vegetables to your diet, as well as label-reading tips such as watching out for different types of fats. Call 770-297-5700 for more information.

Smoking Cessation

This four-week class is for anyone who wants to quit using tobacco. This is an American Cancer Society program that will provide you with information about effective strategies and motivation to prepare you to overcome nicotine dependence. Sessions are scheduled based on patient interest. Call 770-297-5700 for more information.